Can China and Russia Establish a New World Order?


Video duration 25 minutes 40 seconds

From: Inside Story

Chinese and Russian presidents meet in Uzbekistan as both countries are isolated by the West.

The Chinese president is making his first foreign trip since the pandemic began more than two years ago.

Xi Jinping’s first stop was Kazakhstan, where he launched his signature global infrastructure initiative Belt and Road in 2013.

He then flew to Uzbekistan to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of a Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit.

It was the first meeting between the two leaders since Russia invaded Ukraine.

Both countries have sought support in the face of sanctions and isolation from the West.

So what message are these presidents trying to send out?

And can they reform the international political and economic order?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Einar Tangen – Senior Fellow, Taihe Institute

Dmitry Babich – Political Analyst, InoSMI Internet Project

Theresa Fallon – Director, Center for Russia Europe Asia Studies

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